How descriptive does it need to be?Well, you need some eye-catching. Make the topic look intresting. Make it so people understand it.
Message: Hi! I think this blocks should be nice (and write what it does).
How do I make people understand it?Here is two examples.
Example 1Look at this. Can everybody understand this? If so, the topic's creator has done well. There, he or she describes what something would do. (This is just only an example.)<variable [variable v] changed to  ?::sensing>Hello there! What this block would do is it detectes if a certain variable has changed to something…
Example 2What do you think about this? Well, this has several problems.
Hello i think this blck wolld be niice.
If wee hadd aah blouk thaz containues.
- This has terrible spelling. (What does this mean?)
- This block does not make sense. He or she has made it in poor quality. (Why do we need a block that continues? Can't we just leave it blank?)
- PROBLEM! NO BLOCKS SHOW WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE!
Someone could have also written this:
ExampleThis has mean words, and breaks the rule “be friendly” of the community guidelines. So please do not write something with foul words or else someone may click report.
Excuse me! Listen to me and stop playing with germs! There is something must be important, noobs!…
Terrible and filthy words: stop playing with germs and noobs
Now you have an idea of what is good in a topic and what is not.
I hope this helps when creating a topic
There are many examples. But let's start on this suggestion.
What is wrong with this: Subject: Some blocks
Message: These blocks would help scratch.ask [hi] and wait until <(answer) = [hi]>
skip to [the end v]
- A wait until <> is not necessary. A workaround is:
ask [hi] and wait
if <(answer) = [hi]> then
say [answer hi]
wait (1) secs
ask [hi] and wait
- skip to the end makes no sense
- Create a topic each for each of your suggestions, the scratch team wrote.
(edited)Now, don't try to make topics that don't relate to the forums. Also, please make sure your topic is in the right forum.(/edited)